October 8, 2013
Leave it to a comedian to lighten things up. Ahmed Helmy recently made a surprise visit to the set of “La “La Mu’akhadah” (Excusable), directed by Amro Salama, who posted pics of the celeb visit.
The recently announced Arabian Nights segment of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) has a unique programme that "looks and feels very different from past editions."
Star Academy contestant Lilia Ben Sheikh was banned from singing on this week's show. What has she done to deserve this?
As social butterfly Prince Harry flew through Dubai this week, friends are saying that the royal Brit may be tying the knot next year with girlfriend Cressida Bonas. All the lovely ladies he met at a UAE charitable dinner aren't distracting the prince from his royal romance.
The extraordinary Icelandic group Of Monsters and Men will be playing at Atlantis the Palm in Dubai this weekend.
Long time filmmaker Izza Genini hit up the Doc.Arts Festival in Berlin to give Europeans a taste of Moroccan musical traditions by presenting three of her 1980s documentaries.
Has Maisa lost the ability to keep the audience interested as she presents the game show "The Millionaire" on Dubai TV?
October 7, 2013
Lebanese beauty Maya Diab has no problem speaking her mind when necessary. Now, she's hitting back at her critics.
While singer Sherine Abdelwahab was busy working on her latest album, her song “Masha'er” (Feelings) turned into a Youtube hit.
Is it jealousy or is Rola Hamadeh right in accusing one Arabs Got Talent judge of being fake?
His list of countries visited is 90 long, but Jason Carter's musical set will be just as diverse tonight at 'The Fridge' in Dubai.
No 'Gentle Revenge' needed because all the drama has been reserved for the cameras. Wafaa Amer denies she pulled out her claws to ensure her sis made it into the spotlight next to her.
Ratiba El-Hefny passed away on 16th of September, but the memory of her many artistic achievements lives on.
Veteran Lebanese documentarian Carol Mansour, illustrates the plight of five women forced to reside in this country due to the outbreak of civil war in Syria in new film.
Mays Hamdan talks about the success of her latest drama “Li'bat Mawt” (Death Game).